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There is actually alot of self work that an author typically goes through before they're ready to release their creation on to the world and be received as an author. Quite a bit of inner work needs to be done. Some people are prepared for it and are ready to take it all on and some need some help facing the realities of the attention it brings. That is why a life coaches are an important part of the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit!!
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These life coaches have shown high quality, high integrity of service to authors involved with the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit and they are the recommended life coaches for the Rocky Mountain Writer's Summit™.
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Writer's Summit Tip #3:
Write the bio for your book by answering this simple question: "Why am I the ONLY (or best / most qualified) person who could write this book?"
The most common misconception of writers is that your readers want to know everything about you, so writer's bio's are basically their resumes... This is not the case... Readers want to know why you know more than the guy who's book is right next to yours on the shelf.
Only your most pertinent qualifications will surface to the top of your bio if you answer the above question. Don't worry about your marital status unless the book is about marriage, the number of kids you have - unless the book is about parenting and whether or not you have any animals at home, unless that face is relevant to the book!
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Writer's Summit Tip #28:
Become an Amazon.com reseller and sell as many used books as possible (look on your basement shelves for likely candidates). You should start this process the moment you know you are going to write a book. You need to make a concerted effort to get a great amazon.com reseller rating. You will be selling your own 'author signed' copies through the reseller program no matter who publishes your book. It will be advantageous to have a good reseller rating when you start that process.